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The Crown of Macau (Part 2) : When Six Is Nine

Will Crown's 6 Stars Translate To A Winning Hand of 9

Crown Towers Macau Review - Casino Sic Bo

Sic Bo Pit at Crown Macau

The tables closest are Sic Bo, which is a bit of a cross between craps and roulette. My advice to you is always bet on high and if you win three in a row, get outta there. The black, baseball bat looking things hanging from the ceiling are the Eye in the Sky cameras.

Crown Towers Macau Review - Casino VIP

VIP Area at Crown Macau

The gaming area in the far corner by the curtains is the VIP section. Apparently that has now become the AMA VIP section, with the non AMA VIP section replacing the blackjack tables at the forefront of the photos. Note, the blackjack tables use continuous shuffle machines - a card counter's nemesis. The slot machines on the far wall are all server based video machines. I didn't see one person playing slots when I was in Crown Macau's casino. I blew HK$500 (about US$70) on Gems Wild Tiles and didn't win a single play. There are no spinning reel or video poker machines at Crown Macau, at least that I saw. Dear Crown Macau, throw a bank of Jacks or Better and Triple Diamond or equivalent slot machines into a corner of your casino floor.

It should be noted that since my visit, Crown Macau has done a lot of re-configuration to their casino floor, so things may have changed or moved around a bit.

Coming up next in Part 3 of The Crown of Macau: our full on review of my room with tons of photos and a video walkthrough. Until then, tune into Chuck's Macau Trip Blog for daily doses of Macau goodness.

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